First of all, I need to admit that your quality sound is amazing, but the interface....well... it's horrible, a mistake....and I suppose everyone knows that. So, what exactly are you trying to solve about this?
I can imagine with: 1. Spotify App? 2. Amazon Alexa? I have named these because you're developing in these apps.
When i use Spotify on my Smartphone, I'm able to use the equalizer, music quality, etc. When I use Spotify to control my Sonos, i can't use the equalizer on Spotify, so? Must I use the Sonos App? and....I don't understand, are you developing a new way to control your Sonos, but with limitations? And worst?
I just bought my Playbar and Sub, I just wanted an excellent Sonos App like the Sonos Audio.
2. Amazon Alexa
I don't understand when you say on August 2016: Beginning in 2017, anyone with an Alexa-enabled device — right now that's the Echo, Echo Tap, or Echo Dot — will be able to control Sonos speakers with voice commands.
This is real? 6 months? Maybe Google is going to release today Google Home (Alexa Copy), and I can be able to turn off or turn on my TV with the Chromecast, or my stereo with my Chrome audio, just saying, hey google, play music on my tv, or...play music on my Sonos?
Finally, I don't have enough money to spend on Spotify and Alexa, I just bought my Playbar and Sub, I just wanted an excellent Sonos App like the Sonos Audio.
Where are we going?
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